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Neat & Easy Sat Nav Installation

Remove the centre console and you can unscrew and remove the cubbyhole with the tilting door and replace it with a 5" sat nav, Tidy up with a little plastic card.
The good news is you can do without any cutting of the dash. I ran an extension from the cigarette lighter for power within the console even keep the sat nav charging cable intact.
Not the most detailed of instructions I know but most of it is self evident / covered by other "How To's"

https://goo.gl/photos/fq1VZ49muJrisM4LA

Works for me!

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Remove the centre console and you can unscrew and remove the cubbyhole with the tilting door and replace it with a 5" sat nav, Tidy up with a little plastic card.
The good news is you can do without any cutting of the dash. I ran an extension from the cigarette lighter for power within the console even keep the sat nav charging cable intact.
Not the most detailed of instructions I know but most of it is self evident / covered by other "How To's"

https://goo.gl/photos/fq1VZ49muJrisM4LA

Works for me!

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Good job, handy location that's tucked away.

Maybe not so good for satnav visuals but satnag can still guide you audibly.

I tend to stick my wallet/etc in the cubby hole, so nay good for moi.
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